Excerpt from Action Script 3.0 Cookbook: Chapter 3. This chapters subject matter examines the ability to work with the context menu with more detail and precision than was allowed in previous versions of the Flash player.
Excerpt from ActionScript 3.0 Cookbook: Chapter 1. This chapter addresses the frequent tasks and problems that relate to core ActionScript knowledge. Whether you are a beginner or master—or somewhere in between—these recipes help you handle situations that arise in every ActionScript project.
Your videos got their 15 minutes of fame on YouTube. Now what? Follow this straightforward intro to RSS syndication and you can make your videos downloadable, savable, and playable on the millions of iPods out there.
tags: internet broadcasting, ipod, podcasting, youtube
Don't settle for cruddy looking, dismal sounding YouTube video. Follow our insider tips and you can upload, watch, and share movies that look and sound dramatically better. We even explain how to make the ultimate poster frame or "money shot."
tags: video production, hacks, youtube
In parts of the Flash community, ActionScript 3.0 seems to have gained a reputation for being hard - particularly among those who have not yet tried the new language. Colin Moock, author of Essential ActionScript 3.0, explores this issue and offers code examples comparing earlier versions of ActionScript to version 3.0.
tags: actionscript, adobe
Our simple tutorial on building an online MP3 player inspired hundreds of you to ask for enhanced features. Now you can grab our latest code and experiment yourself.
Select a song or artist you like and Pandora plays similar songs through your web browser. Linux audio expert Brad Fuller reveals how Pandora's combination of open source wizardry, Flash artistry, and human ears serves millions of listeners fresh music--for free.
tags: computer music, internet broadcasting, pandora, review
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With the advent of Tiger, there are more ways than ever to capture pictures of your screen. Picking up where "Screenshot Hacks for Mac OS X" left off, this article explains how to grab the exact pixels you want, add window shadow, and even capture DVD stills.
tags: how-to, screen capture, dvd